Browns vs. Falcons: 5 bold predictions in Week 4

Browns, Nock Chubb. (Photo by Nick Cammett/Getty Images)
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Nick Chubb had success as a rookie against the Atlanta Falcons and goes off again in these 5 bold predictions for the Cleveland Browns in Week 4

After a two-game homestand, the Cleveland Browns hit the road again for a matchup with the Atlanta Falcons. Both teams are coming off a win but Cleveland has the better record at 2-1.

Slightly favored, the Browns are trying to make it two in a row before heading into the toughest part of their schedule. Here, we look at the upcoming game and make five bold predictions ahead of Week 4.

Browns vs. Falcons: 5 bold predictions

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5. Cade York drills a 60-yarder

Cade York was the hero in Week 1 when he drilled a 58-yard field goal to end the Carolina Panthers’ comeback attempt. He then missed an extra point in each of the following two games, including his last attempt against the Jets which opened the door for them to pull off a dramatic one-point win.

While the missed extra points are concerning, York has yet to miss a field goal attempt. Right now at 6-of-6, the Browns still have to be pleased with his work overall. For years, Cleveland has struggled to find a consistent kicker, so if they have to live with a couple of extra point whiffs in order to find someone who can deliver in the clutch, they’ll take that.

Our first bold prediction is that York wins back the fans who might still be upset with the missed extra-points as he not only drills every kick but also connects on one from 60-yards out. Playing in the dome in Atlanta means he won’t have any weather concerns and can let one fly.